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The Awakening eNotes Response Journal

The Awakening eNotes Response Journal

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  • Both Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 end with references to the Pontellier children. How and why might these references be significant? What do the references suggest about the differences between Mr. Pontellier and Robert?
  • Mr. Pontellier is often perceived by many readers of this novel in fairly negative terms. Are there any details in this chapter that make him seem somewhat appealing? What are those details, why and how do they complicate our sense of his personality, and why might Chopin have wanted to present him as a complex rather than as a simple character?

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An eNotes Response Journal is designed to encourage your students to read and write more effectively and with more pleasure. Each Response Journal includes a rich variety of writing prompts: some will take students directly into the text, while others will give students an opportunity to express their thoughts and feelings and to reflect on their own experiences.

A second purpose of the eNotes Response Journal is to facilitate instruction in ways that work for you in the classroom. The organization of the Response Journal makes it easy to use, and the content and construction of the writing prompts are designed to develop students’ knowledge and academic skills.

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